Yep, unless you run them at stock.
Just how things are on AM5, not much board vendors can do. You can run any one of those kits at stock, or consider a lower density.
Thank you once again, below is a suggestion from another contributor, whats your take on that ?
""So if you want to run supported 4 DIMMS with 128GB and up, the only kit is the 4x48GB - this has "Socket Support" for 1,2,4 configurations and also runs fine on my Strix e-e board.""
Ah ok - I did not know, that all kits on the QVL are basically supported at stock (for DDR5: 4800 MHz) and the Socket-Support column is only valid if you plan to overclock the DIMMs to DIMM-vendor RAM speed (which is usually more than 4800 MHz).